Teens Have Choices relies on community support to accomplish our mission. As a small nonprofit operating on a slim budget, Teens Have Choices can always use your support – financial or otherwise. There are many ways you can make a difference for the youth of Washington County! Here are just a few:
- Subscribe to our e-newsletter and stay up to date on what’s happening at Teens Have Choices.
- Like us on Facebook; follow us on Twitter. (We’re on Pinterest and Instagram, too!)
- Be a Toolkit Tamer – easy and fun, help us assemble our informational toolkits for parents and teens.
- Be a guest blogger – share your thoughts about teen life, parenting, making healthy choices.
- Help out at special events – volunteers needed for our Just Teens event on Friday, October 25, 2013.
- Join our development committee and help us build sustainability.
- Our Faith-Based Initiative always welcomes new members.
- Do you work with youth or are part of a youth-serving agency or organization? Join our Positive Youth Development Partnership.
- Concerned about the effects of underage drinking and binge drinking among young people? We’ve formed a brand-new coalition of concerned community members, organizations, and agencies to help address this issue in Washington County. Join Drug Free WC!
- Join our Board of Directors and help guide our future initiatives.
- Consider an in-kind contribution: copy paper and office supplies, paint for our new office space, technical support or other resources.
- Make a donation so that we can continue to help teens in Washington County make healthy decisions.
Contact us to find out how you can make a difference today!
Students: each of the above opportunities is eligible for Student Service Learning (SSL) hours.
About Teens Have Choices: Teens Have Choices, also known as the Washington County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit committed to equipping Washington County teens to make healthy decisions that will impact their futures, and helping parents make an impact on their teens’ decisions. Formed in 2005, the Coalition is made up of representatives from many sectors of the community: government, social services, education, healthcare, and businesses, as well as parents and teens.